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Throttle a Query in Mid-Execution


Throttle a Query in Mid-Execution

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Steve Jones
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Nice one, almost got me there Hehe

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Nice new feature, too bad it does not work on 2008/R2 servers. But as we migrate more servers to 2012 I sure we'll use it more.

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Don't mind admitting I fell for this completely.

Well done, Steve! Laugh



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Ha ha ha...
You got me... But here the time has past noon now Smile

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I was disappointed when the text of the editorial frankly admitted it being an April Fools prank. There goes the chance to read the comments of those who fell for it.
This one is a lot better. I almost believed it, until I saw the syntax of the DBCC TRACEON command.


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Loved it!
Thanks for the morning smile Steve.
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LOL... :-P:-P
Nice one...!!
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Wow, I was already formulating follow-up questions. You got me.

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Glad you like it.

I was curious how many might actually read the whole thing and not skip over my disclaimer sentence.

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